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What are two responsibilities that you will have as a British citizen or permanent resident of the UK?
St Helena is a British overseas territory and it is part of the United Kingdom.
What is New Year’s Eve called in Scotland?
How often are general elections held in the UK?
Who is the patron Saint of Scotland?
When did Ireland become a republic?
If you think someone is trying to persuade you to join an extremist or terrorist activity, who should you contact?
Who was the tribal leader who fought against the Romans?
Who was the first female Prime Minister of the UK?
What is the title of the Queen’s eldest son, Prince Charles?
Where is Snowdonia located?
Who is the head of the Church of England?
Anyone can make a complaint about the police by writing to the Chief Constable of the police force involved.
Which of the following plays was written by William Shakespeare?
The Lake District is the largest national park of England… Is this true or false?
Who supported King Charles I during the Civil War?
What will you be given to vote before a general election takes place?
St Patrick’s day is a public holiday in Northern Ireland.
When did the Black Death take place?
What type of character was played by Charlie Chaplin?
What did Sir Frank Whittle invent in the 1930s?
Who was the first person in England to print books using a printing press?
Who was the first man in the world to run 1 mile in under 4 minutes?
By law, which TWO types of media have to give a balanced coverage of all political parties and equal time to rival viewpoints before an election?